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SFGTV
Sep 28, 2012 10:30pm PDT
question is for mr. everett, miss olague and miss selby. fiscal analysts say pension and health care costs for city workers are likely to raise considerably in the years ahead. the issue position survey asked whether police and firefighters, whose pension benefits are greater than other city workers should have to wor nearly all the candidates running for district 5 supervisor said yes. what other steps should the city take to make pension and health care benefits for city workers more sustainable? mr. everett, miss olague and miss selby? >> i have been engaged on this issue as a community service, i host a radio and tv program called "folk law for ordinary folk," it's a very tough one in the sense that workers at some point are essentially giving up higher salary and higher pay in exchange for those pension benefits. so to come back later on and essentially cut that out from under them, the question is one of fairness and of equity. that being said, as far as police and firefighters, obviously those are public safety areas and it's a little bit different in the sense that we definit
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2012 8:00pm PDT
. resignato. >> so i kind of also agree with what mr. everett just said. and we have deeper political/social issues to address. we come up with new laws with gang injunction and the idea of stop and frisk and we have laws on the books already, but what we need is that we need police presence. we need community programs and also we need new ideas. if you talk about the end of the park at stanon, what is going on there now, i have been talking in the campaign because i think what is interesting is the idea of haight street museum. it's been tried before, but the haight street is an historical area and a museum really changing the way that area is and activating that area. i keep putting that out there, because that is something that i would propose as supervisor. >> thank you. mr. davis? >> the sit/lie law is a perfect example of trying to address a symptom without curing the disease. we have massive inequitis in our society. that is apparent from the number of homeless people that we see on our streets in san francisco and it's a problem that is not just a san francisco problem. it's a
SFGTV
Sep 30, 2012 1:00am PDT
. >> anybody want to sell a time card to mr. everett? [ laughter ] >> go ahead. >> thank you. you know folk in some conversations it's better to have all of your cards on the table. no pun intended >> [ laughter ] that being said an article finally came out in the san francisco guardain that said we want to tax people out of their cars. fair play. once you have the argument in place, then we can actually talk about. it that is what this is about. the health benefits are such that folks should essentially be taxed out of their cars. i don't take that position. i think that it essentially breaks the backs of the working poor in this city and it's just another example of how progressive politics in this city are not really kind to the working poor, and in some instances, in many instances, people of color. that being said as far as the sunday parking meter thing, you know what? religion aside, least one day of the week it would be nice if san francisco city government was off the backs of everyday residents. [ applause ] >> i like that. thank you. >> all right. next question. san francisc
SFGTV
Sep 30, 2012 1:30am PDT
accountability. so i appreciate that and we need that. thank you. >> thank you, mr. everett. >> i'm the type the progressive who grieves believes that we're only as wealthy as the least among us. so means that in san francisco we can only go as far as the african-american young men and women who have been economically disadvantaged for generations here in the city. we need to provide jobs. with when we talk about green jobs of future and sustainable produce, we need to talk about how to feed the single mothers in those communities. we need comprehensive reforms to bring those disadvantaged communitis with us. we cannot provide those folks with jobs unless we reform our drug policies in san francisco, which essentially disadvantage and persecute young men of color who on a day to day basis are being subjected to the criminal justice system in a way that is not done by other members of our society. >> you have got another minute. [ laughter ] >> on a day to day basis what we're doing here in san francisco is we are disenfranchising folks and limiting their ability for future employment. once you h
SFGTV2
Sep 10, 2012 8:00pm PDT
pac, so lovely, we will be able to work with them and find ways to engage parents with everett's for restorative practices. we also hope to continue having discussions in the coming year and already have two schools to have expressed interest in having as, , so hopefully we will do that this year, going out and getting back on how to restore to practices, and giving information, and we also were really honored to be asked to be involved this year in facilitating some restorative circles that the administrators institute in august, and i was not personally there, but i hear that was a great experience, and we are just pleased that the pac was able to be involved in that. also, in terms of community involvement, for the first time, the pac was involved with one of these backpack giveaways, and one of the members was there and found out that it was a wonderful event, and we hope to be a part of the projects in the bayview, as well. the other thing we are really excited about, we launched a survey that is now live on our website, so anybody can go there and take the survey that is mostly
SFGTV2
Sep 25, 2012 7:00pm PDT
everett the principal that he is doing this and personal leadership in the school and engagement on site. james lick described being interdisciplinary and focusing on vocabulary with students. we had two high school students who shared with their colleagues. wallenberg also experienced a pretty dramatic drop in suspensions as well. they attributed that to some restorative practices and being space and personalizing and engaging for students at the school. at burton the principal talked about the importance of focusing on ninth graders right at the point of entry at the high school and identify vocal students for support and making sure they're equipped for long-term high school success and when we implement strategies we stick with them and if we see a dip we don't get discouraged and we stay with it. he described the importance of community and partnerships and this is a sampling of what we learned in interviewing our principals across schools and saw some dramatic growth areas. so a question we have been asked is a couple years ago san francisco unified launched the superintendent zone
ABC
Sep 23, 2012 9:30am EDT
matter what everett -- anybody does, if we want to make more progress everye will have to pay more taxes. sinc 50% of the populion really does pay zero income tax the tax rate w would be flattered if they had to pay something. that is probably where we will end up. mr. oba's denial notwithstanding, everybodis gogoing to havee to pay more taxes oror spend a lot less moneynd we know if the is reelectcted we did not know how much -- that will happen. >> maki a point in n the debate that many of the peoplple may have to pay moren income taxes, still pay more than some. i think he was allung to mitt romney. what was your take on the 40% cent and, the 47% who pay noo income tax -- 47% comments? >> he got r right does 47% or close to that don't pay. it is across a wide range ofof peoplevery for -- fairly or people and people who are very well-off, which have loopholeses. it is easy to be good libel if you are warn buffett and did not pay much taxes. hold on. and it is s very easy to be for more and more government programs and morfreeealt care if you do not pay mucuch or zero taxes as wel
ABC
Sep 15, 2012 11:30pm EDT
first hostile environment for your young quarterback, everett golson. what did he show you tonight sth. >> he can make some plays and we're not even close to where we need to be but i'm so proud of the young men, he went on the road as a freshman and did some good things. >> heather: congratulations. >> brent: only 50 yards rushing for michigan state here tonight, herbie and your final thoughts? >> kirk: the reason they only had 50 yards rushing is because notre dame did not respect their passing game and still michigan state is able do that. kept everything inside that boxed area. >> brent: quickly to heather. >> heather: manti, bittersweet night, emotional week losing your grandmother and girlfriend, how would you describe your emotions onnen the field tonight? >> they were with me. i couldn't do it without them, couldn't do it without the support of my family and my girlfriend's family. i'm just so grateful for all of the love and support that all of the fans, both michigan state and notre dame and fans around the world for the supporting me and my family my girlfriend's family.
NBC
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
been horrific. >> reporter: it's a nightmare on "m" street for everett, the m stands for mosquitoes. >> can't sit out anymore. it's just been awful. knowing someone who's had west nile virus, last year, and is totally incapacitated, it's on your mind. >> reporter: people out here blame the d.c. government for the mosquitoes. they lay thousands of eggs in these city-issued canopy keepers. the water inside is used to water the "m" street trees. kara's concerned about getting the west nile virus when she walks lowell wilola. >> i come in with three or four bites. >> reporter: someone died from the virus last week. it's also problematic in virginia and maryland. >> what we don't want is the west nile virus coming to the district by way of this. >> reporter: tonight, council member evans called the department of health and the forestry division to investigate tomorrow morning. >> and figure out, is there a better way to do this so we don't have this reoccurring. >> experts say dump out standing water like what's here to help with mosquitoemosquitoes. they recommend long sleeves and mosqu
MSNBC
Sep 13, 2012 10:00am EDT
. we would not have gotten a 1965 voting rights act if it had not been for people like j. everett dickson who was a big republican working with lyndon johnson. and i think when it comes to fundament fundamental, voting is fundamental. and the i would hope that the pennsylvania supreme court will issue a unanimous 6-0 decision throwing these onerous provisions out and so that people can vote irrespective of their age and whether or not they have a driver's license. so there are a lot of things that i'm hopeful for. we'll just have to wait and see. >> congressman james clyburn, always a pleasure to see you. thank you. >> thank you so much for having me. [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> to politics now and vice president joe biden got the name of
MSNBC
Sep 25, 2012 3:00pm PDT
'70s with my father and c. everett coop that got a lot of evangelicals into the anti-abortion movement. there's a connection here. unfortunately, ralph reed is one of those opportunists who has hitched a ride on the multibillion dollar evangelical corporation, you could say. so when romney actually thanks him for doing so much for america from the republican point of view, that's a logical statement. for instance, with abramoff and the casino scandal, when you look at them, this kind of desperation move of bringing ralph reed in, the only question is, you know, do they release bernie madoff next to raise money? this is the bottom. we're scraping the bottom of the barrel. have i to say on behalf of many evangelical christians won't go for this. they know ralph and they know who he is. is he a discredit to the word christian, let alone the world evangelical. i don't want to use his name to paint evangelicals as if they're all in his camp. they are not. this will fail. it's a desperation move. he's a petty operative who cashes in on every opportunity. >> well, richard, ralph reed
FOX News
Sep 29, 2012 1:00am PDT
, mississippi, your awareness of many americans is spot on. i compare us to rome under nero. everett, harrisburg, arkansas. mr. o, i'd like your opinion on how romney can win the debates. at this point many voters understand the liberal press will spin things the president's with a no matter happens. the conservative outlets will doing the same thing with the governor, but seeing things with their own eyes will persuade folks one way or the. matthew, tennessee. i'm 9-year-old. my mother took me to buy "lincoln's last day." i'm already at page 61 and like it. will there be a kid's book like "killing kennedy"? there may be. keep reading. that's the best thing you can do for your mind. "killing kennedy" comes out next week. sign up for a premium membership and you can a get book. your choice, book or audio, whatever you want. great deal. john, melbourne, australia. our family just got a setter, named it o'reilly, and its bark is worth than its bite. byron, jupiter, florida. bill, when are you coming to florida with miller? i don't think miller is allowed in the state. a lone will make m
NBC
Sep 18, 2012 11:00am EDT
again. want to say hello to somebody? >> hello to my six year old, everett, i love you, and my honey way over there, i love you too. >> drew: 4or 70. 70. now a 30. you need to double up some numbers either way. here comes 30! if there was only an emergency stop on this wheel. i'm sorry, abby, take care, pleasure meeting you. enoch, come on over here. he won $2,500 on punch a bunch. now he needs that dollar! do you want to say hello to someone? >> say hello to my mom in virginia and everybody at my church. >> drew: there you go, mom and everybody at his church. needs that dollar, his first number is going to be a 20. looking for the 80. 80 is right down below here. has to go around at least once. here comes 80. nice touch on the wheel, let's see if it pays off. slow down! it was a good idea though, nice meeting you. come on over here, shadd. ( cheers and applause ) so you get a $1,000 bonus and a bonus spin. it has to go around at least once, if it doesn't it doesn't count. make sure it goes around at least one, no do-overs on this one. five or 15 gets you $10,000. dollar gets you $25
CBS
Sep 28, 2012 7:00am PDT
ghosts of everett field will be lifted forever. >> reporter: the new barclays center in the heart of downtown center will be home to the nba's nets. >> it's basketball. what ab appropriate sport. basically a playground sport, urban sport. and brooklyn is the original urban playground. >> reporter: but it's more than just basketball. the center opens tonight with the first of eight soldout concerts by jay-z. part owner of the nets. other performers from barbra streisand to bob dylan to rush are scheduled. ♪ rather dramatic entrance. >> it sure says we're here. >> reporter: it seats 18,000 for basketball. more for concerts, the floor's herringbone pattern features the black and white logo designed by jay-z himself. state of the art digital scoreboard and exclusive and windowless luxury suites called the vault that goes for $550,000 a year. each comes with eight premium seats inside the arena. ground was broken on the $1 billion building in march 2010. original part of a much larger development called atlantic yards. beyond the arena, plans for 6,000 apartments, plus office and retail
CBS
Sep 21, 2012 7:00am PDT
everett airforce base this morning piggybacking on the boeing 747. it would be dipping to about 1,500 ft. and here's the map of where it's headed. in sacramento another california and then flying over the lawrence hall of science in berkeley a few laps around the bay of from the golden gate bridge and into nasa to west san jose and then over the moderate bay aquarium before it flies down to southern california. a live picture right now taking to the sky for its final flight with so many people excited to see it bring it to you here on cbs. >>> live coverage of the shuttle flies over as the happens right here on cbs 5 and also cbs san francisco dot com. >>> the traffic continues to be slow working your way along the one a one. there's yellow and red northbound past moffett field lots of folks had out there to see the endeavor flight by an accident no. 11 blocking lanes. >>> some fog outside especially along the peninsula but nicely clear inland leaving the air force base now headed for the bay area shortly but temperatures in the '40's and north bay and '50s by the afternoon up i
CSPAN
Sep 24, 2012 12:00pm EDT
i.d. just to get a provisional ballots. i told everett betty -- i told everybody that regardless of what they tell you, i want to urge everybody to show up with everything you can produce -- a driver's license, birth certificate, boater registration card -- anything, and utility payments. this fall, we will see hurdles we have not seen since 1965, and this is something that should bother all of us. dr. king in 1957 gave one of the guest server -- one of the best sermons he gave, and that is give us a ballot, so we can fill the legislative halls of men and women with good will, so we can fill our judicial benches with people who will act justly. unfortunately, this fall we will have a hard time in some of these states getting the ballot to eligible citizens so they can cast their vote for the presidency and other positions. >> bring back utility bill, even if you have not paid it. [laughter] bring the bill. >> it is proof. >> understand all laws are changing, but the question is, does it constitute racial discrimination? why is this racial? why do you have to show up with i.t.? >> it
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, but majorities of everett delegation of states. if that process cannot be trusted to express constitutional values to this article one body, intended to express at, i do not know what would. if that act is subject to suspicion, it is hard to understand when congress is acting within its authority to develop facts and request -- reflect the judgment ofhe american people. but in the context of developing facts and the value of a factual record, the court did not provide montana with an opportunity to show how its history with corruption might have given rise to a sufficiently important governmental goals that might have justified some limitation of the fundamental free-speech right of the state. could you offer that today? >> we have offered its in its history. one of the problems with montana's of practices act is that they are effected. we have not had this widespread racial discrimination in voting rights. we have not had the corporate cup corruption for a century. because people and montana got it right pick when you have a court that is suspicious of that process come for
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 7:00am EDT
. >> luckily the ghosts of everett field will be lifted forever. >> reporter: the new barclays center in the heart of downtown center will be home to the nba's nets. >> it's basketball. what ab appropriate sport. basically a playground sport, urban sport. and brooklyn is the original urban playground. >> reporter: but it's more than just basketball. the center opens tonight with the first of eight soldout concerts by jay-z. part owner of the nets. other performers from barbra streisand to bob dylan to rush are scheduled. ♪ rather dramatic entrance. >> it sure says we're here. >> reporter: it seats 18,000 for basketball. more for concerts, the floor's herringbone pattern features the black and white logo designed by jay-z himself. state of the art digital scoreboard and exclusive and windowless luxury suites called the vault that goes for $550,000 a year. each comes with eight premium seats inside the arena. ground was broken on the $1 billion building in march 2010. original part of a much larger development called atlantic yards. beyond the arena, plans for 6,000 apartments, plus office a
CSPAN
Sep 29, 2012 10:00am EDT
expense of their body else. you're serious about reducing the everett koop you've got -- if you're serious of a reducing the deficit, you've got to get series of closing loopholes and tax breaks. >> it has taken just under four mustard dill -- deal with this in your negotiations have failed. >> i was disappointed the super committee was not able to get this job done. the impediment of them, as it continues to be now, is the absolute refusal on the part of republicans in the house to agree to any revenue component, part of their deficit-reduction deal. they absolutely refused to ask the wealthy americans to contribute one penny more to reducing the deficit. in our view, the more time goes on, the more their position becomes not only on justifiable but unsustainable. as we get closer to the edge of the cliff, it will be clear to the american people the republicans are saying they are willing to go over the c ckli cliff. their position will become clear to the american people and untenable. >> a year ago, republicans held hostage reading our debt ceiling which remain paying our obliga
CSPAN
Sep 27, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. whatever it is for going to do going to be compatible with everett as they are going to do? >> that is the plan. that is the dvd and action taking place to make sure that it is in fact interoperable because as you know, aviation are undertaken at this point of time. we are working cooperatively and collaboratively to make sure that happens. >> okay, so to say -- i mean, they are not a bit dismayed at the problems we are having? >> i'm sure they are dismayed, but they are problems of their own as well in terms of being able to -- an income if they aren't even at the place we are with regard to actually implementing some of the technology. there is still planning and designing, those kinds of things. a very complex system and there's a lot of cooperation going on. so from our word, they understand the situation that occurred, that you think you few descending quicker you can do it, particularly when it involves so much new technology, new procedures all of the other things associated with such a major project. >> bright, but i've got to reflect that i think it is average as the contracto
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2012 7:00am EDT
administration. i am everett that is not true. in each of the year said the president has been in office, he has spent more money than he is taken in. when you spend more money than you take in, that creates a deficit and adds to the debt. the number is always around 40 cents on the dollar. we are baring, because you are spending more than you're taking in. each year he has been in office, we have been borrowing upwards of $1 trillion more than we're taking in. so, no, the deficit did not go down. the debt did not go down. the total debt has gone up each year because the president has been spending more than he is taking in. that is really what the facts are. host: another student from shenandoah's university in winchester, virginia, about an hour and half from washington, out in the mountains. go ahead with your question. >> that morning, congressman geary. switching gears from economic questions, i would like to ask you what your stances on the recent attacks in libya. guest: ok, it is outrageous and it is sad, obviously, as well. outrageous that we find ourselves in this situation in
CSPAN
Sep 7, 2012 12:00pm EDT
machine and all of these would everett is a million servers now that are all perfectly predictable deterministic turing machines in the classical sense which we think of as deterministic if they are connected by the non-deterministic links which are the people. every time you gift in search results and click on one that is a non-deterministic process. then the machine incorporates the state of that non-deterministic leaped into the state of the machine and that's why google can you get results millisecond because it knows what other people have found. you can't imagine what google is doing right here and that isn't scary or anything else it is just the are doing it and we love it. we couldn't live without it. the second woman to talk about is the computer organism to talk about the juxtaposition of turing and von neumann use a that many decades later we still face the same questions. the question is what it would take for the machines to begin to think. von neumann's question as to what take for the machines to begin to reproduce. the notion of the replicating computer is in your b
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2012 12:00pm EDT
, legendary senators like everett dirksen, richard russell, make mansfield and john stennis were all in attendance. truly, mr. president, times have changed, but the most striking difference between then and now is that a filibuster was used very rarely in those early days, and only for matters of extreme importance for members and their states. mr. president, i did not agree with these who used the filibuster in the 1960's to try to stop civil rights legislation. i disagreed with those who would use the filibuster against health care reform in 2010. but in both cases, i defended the right to do so. but this year, mr. president, the senate has been held up, delayed and rendered ineffective for at least 30% of its time by the abuse of the filibuster. these filibusters were not to highlight important policy differences nor were they to protect a senator's constituents. instead, in virtually every case , to simply thwart the ability of the senate function. mr. president, today is a sad day. the senate is forced to take up a six-month continuing resolution instead of acting upon regular app
CSPAN
Sep 28, 2012 12:00pm EDT
convinced that of the terry everett alone is not and a liquid strategy to bring security with initiatives for the peace and reconciliation process which aims to bring all elements of the armed opposition to peaceful lives in our country. last year the it tenders to the u.n. general assembly was cut short by the tragic assassination of the professor then chairman of the high peace council. his life was taken by a terrorist who posed as a emmerson recommitting and by doing so was a serious blow. however, fortunately, the late professor stepped up to take the share of the highest council is part of the afghan delegation and present in the assembly today. i have repeated often times an hour hand of peace and reconciliation extended not only to the taliban, but also all other armed opposition groups that wish to return to the dignified, peaceful and independent lives in their own homeland. what we ask of them in return is simple. violence cutting ties with terrorist networks reserving the valuable gains of the past decade and respecting the constitution of afghanistan to help facilitate the pe
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